There she stood on the ladies golf tees, with parchment skin showing above the very low neck of the lilac blouse.
Even though it was late December, and definitely very cold, she was also wearing a very short plaid skirt, bright red pair of pumps, and a little bell on a chain that tinkled when she moved. (Like she needed something like a bell to get attention!)
My new client turned to me and expressed his heartfelt thanks for inviting him this particular day. With that, I was sure that this round of golf was going to be of great import to my struggling business.
We continued to follow her and the rest of the foursome, without any complaining from either of us regarding slow play. We were just enjoying watching her play. She was hitting the ball a long way off the tee, but was struggling after that, never doing better than double bogie, but we didn’t mind.
About five holes later she bent over, to pick up a pink golf ball that had fallen into the cart. We suddenly saw a large set of male genatalia showing below the hem of her skirt.
My client, though a bit of a letch when it came to women, was very put off by this incongruous sight. In fact he was so freaked out he left his clubs behind, ran off the course, and has not been seen or heard from by me since.
Note: I found out later, at the eighteenth hole, that the he/she golfer had lost a bet with his girlfriend, and playing dressed and made up like that was the consequence.
If something seems too good to be true, it usually isn’t, so verify your perceptions before committing to a course of action.
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